Re-Fashioning & Mending

Leather panels that lace up the sides gave this jacket new life by adding 2 sizes to it. This can also be done without making the jacket larger.

Leather panels and patches add flare.

Got a rip, need a snip, zip, snap or button? Need a cuff, tuck, or trim? Bring it to Jacq.

She loves mending duds for studs or adding a getup to give a little giddy up to your fashions.

She’s mended and/or altered many things including but not limited to: blue jeans, wedding dresses, leather chaps, quilts… you name it and she’s probably sewn it.

Jacq thinks out of the box and makes things happen…things that many people have no hope for being mended or re-fashioned. Steep challenges are fun for Jacq. She’d love to solve your fitting problem or re-fashion something that is unique to you.

Schedule a consultation today.

The trucker jacket shown was plan. Re-fashioning it by adding leather panels and patches gave it a unique character and fashion flare that turns heads where ever it is worn.

7 thoughts on “Re-Fashioning & Mending

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